We are Reformed in our theology, Presbyterian in our church polity, and charismatic in our affections. That is, we trust wholly in the sovereign grace of God in and over all things. Under Christ and his Word, the Elders are the final authority in church governance where they are to oversee and teach the people. We practice and teach infant baptism. And we are committed to pursue all the fullness of God with use of His spiritual gifts in the life of the church.

All the elders embrace The Westminster Standards, which include the Westminster Confession, the Larger Catechism and the Shorter Catechism. While members are only required to embrace the shorter Statement of Faith. Our aim as elders is to lead everyone toward unity in the fullness of God's revealed Word.

The Head, the Heart and the Hands
We are convinced that truth really matters and that right belief is essential for sustained, persevering right living and affections. And we want to keep these essentials in proper order. Right belief, although is a main goal, is not our ultimate goal. Rather, we aim deeper; we aim for the heart. We want to help you in your quest for joy. We see that the head is the servant of the heart. The hands are the servant of the head. Knowledge exists for the sake of love. And all theology worth its salt produces God-honoring praise from the heart. Read more!

Our Aim: Your Happiness
Our desire is your true happiness in God. That is ultimately why we hold our beliefs dear, because the mind serves the heart. As John Piper teaches, "God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in him." To find out more, please take the time to read through the entirety of the Beliefs section.

Westminister Standards
Statement of Faith
Church Covenant
Quest For Joy
Emphasis in Teaching
Head, Heart, Hands

1 John 3:1(NKJV) Behold what manner of love the Father has bestowed on us, that we should be called children of God! Therefore the world does not know us, because it did not know Him.